Tiger eyes leading US at Ryder Cup - just not yetBELEK, Turkey (AP) - Tiger Woods hopes to captain the U.S. Ryder Cup team someday. He still plans to play in a few more before that happens.
Woods is coming off a disappointing performance at Medinah. He secured only half a point in his seventh Ryder Cup appearance as Europe retained the title Sept. 30.
Woods says "when my golfing life is slowing down and when it's over, that would be a huge honor to be a part of a Ryder Cup from a captaincy side."
Woods arrived yesterday for the $5.3 million Turkish Airways World Golf Finals, an eight-player event being promoted simply as "Tiger v Rory."
McIlroy, who plays Woods tomorrow, says he hasn't "touched a club since the Ryder Cup."
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